1. Glorious downtown Los Angeles

    Me (seeing packets of hair bands): how much are these?
    Sales lady: 3 for $5
    Me: how much for just one?
    Sales lady: $1
    Me: ….then how much for five?
    Sales lady: *head explodes*

  2. Wisdom.


  3. bigt21383 said: Hottest thing since sliced bread ;) I should definitely get one of your fleshlights!

    Yes. Yes you should. I will help you find the way http://t.co/F5OafX0f

  4. This is from a set I shot for my website last night. That’s clubkayden.com, guys.

  5. Deep dish pizza: a photo journal

  6. This is my butt. It will be accompanying me on today’s signing for @exxxotica Chicago from 8:30-midnight tonight. I hope to see you there.

  7. Last night @manuelferrara took me out in public


  8. "They’ll micromanage every iota of pleasure-option so that not even the dreadful corrosive action of your adult consciousness and agency and dread can fuck up your fun."
    — David Foster Wallace
  9. I’m partial to my profile from the left side. The right side will do, but it’s definitely no left side.


  10. It’s my vagina.

    One of my favorite new things to read on twitter are leading questions demanding that I supply an answer for why I worked on camera with some races and not others. Statement/accusations/questions like these are chock full of dumb assumptions, chief among them being that I have to answer to anyone when it comes to my sexual choices, on camera or off, with other willing adult partners. But since this is such a hot topic for people who are not in any way a part of my sex life, and, strangely enough, people I’ve never even met, I would just like to lend the suggestion that the strangers in question do a little better with their research. I have worked with black, white, Asian, Hispanic, Eurasian, Cuban, East Indian, American Indian, middle eastern, race unknown/Hispanic, race-unknown/non-Hispanic, other/non-Hispanic, other/Hispanic, and decline to state. Some of these people had vaginas and some had penises. I did list these races off of a census list, so I would like to also add the disclaimer that there are likely races I may have missed, and this does not mean I didn’t work with a person of the race in question, but merely that I had a faulty census list. And furthermore, to the particular stranger who really just loves to try to jam me into a corner with third degree questions re: my past sexual partners, and, as it follows, my obvious discrimination against every single person in the world who I have not, as yet, fucked—I would like to suggest he kindly fuck off.